Habit Lounge

October 5, 2008.

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2610 Main Street, Vancouver, BC | V5T 3E6
Telephone: 604-877-8582
Email: info@habitlounge.ca
Website: www.habitlounge.ca
Monday to Thursday: 5pm – 12am
Friday: 5pm to 1am
Saturday: 9am – 1am
Sunday: 9am – 10pm

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Managers: Nigel Pike | Wendy Nicolay | Nick Devine
Design: Evoke International Design | www.evoke.ca

About Habit Lounge

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Serving Main Street proudly since 2005, Habit is now open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In a setting reminiscent of a 1970’s Canadian Rec Room, Chef Tristan Burley has created a menu full of nostalgia yet updated to meet today’s demand for food respectful of location and quality. Kind of like the food your Mom made when you were a kid – if she could cook!

The Breakfast menu is classic in interpretation and satisfying in taste, offering diners a selection of hearty egg dishes from Flat Iron Steak & Eggs and Back Bacon Eggs Benny to Huevos Rancheros with its house smoked tomato salsa. Wash your breakfast down with our daily feature Mimosa or Breakfast Martini Bento Box. Sandwiches such as the BLTA and a Venison Sloppy Joe, along with house-made soups, salads and our ever-popular Carrot and Brie Perogies, make up the lunch menu. Locals flock to Habit for our evening menu, including favourites such as our Albacore Tuna Casserole, House-made bacon wrapped Lamb Meatloaf, Steak Frites and our daily Oceanwise Choice Fish of the Day. Our goal is to use free-range eggs, humanely raised meats and sustainable seafood in the preparation and execution of our menu.

Co-owner/bar manager Nick Devine has imagined a cocktail list inspired by a handful of recognizable retro cocktails (which have traditionally been made with inferior ingredients) and redesigned them using premium, fresh and natural ingredients. Classic recipes like the Blue Hawaiian and Tequila Sunrise have been deconstructed with the components and laid out ‘bento box’ style, along with shaker and glass, so that you can shake and pour your own cocktail. Why? Because drinking is fun! Additionally, a large selection of over 20 Canadian Whiskeys are available to satisfy any particular thirst, whether consumed neat, on the rocks or in a cocktail.

Our selection of draught and bottles from BC microbreweries includes Crannog’s ‘Back hand of God’ from Canada’s only certified organic farmhouse microbrewery or Howe Sound Brewing’s ‘Baldwin & Cooper’ Best Bitter. Habit is a proud sponsor of CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale).

Local design and branding firm Evoke International was commissioned to fashion the 70-seat room concept of 70’s Canadiana, creating a gathering place where the neighbourhood comes to meet.

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